Forensic Psychology (M.A.)
Forensic psychology is designed for students interested in pursuing doctoral training in psychology and/or law; master’s-level forensic jobs (e.g., in juvenile/adult court clinics, correctional settings, law enforcement research departments or forensic psychiatric settings); and those who are currently working or plan to work in a variety of law enforcement positions (e.g., police, corrections, federal law enforcement or governmental agencies). You will study psychology of criminal behavior; advanced abnormal psychology; personality and behavioral assessment; and more.
Fall: June 30
In addition to the University’s admission requirements:
- Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- 3.0 cumulative grade point average (lower GPA’s will be considered based on overall strength of application)
- Official transcripts from all institutions attended
- Two letters of recommendation
- Professional Resume/CV
- Personal Statement
Official TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo score reports
*Foreign academic degrees must be equivalent to the bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree conferred by the U.S. regionally-accredited college or university. International applicants must have their foreign educational credentials evaluated by a credential evaluation service that is a current member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).
- General psychology
- Experimental psychology or research methods
- Abnormal psychology
- Developmental psychology